The Joule, Dallas
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... within the maze and get out of the maze in the quickest time. We managed 13 minutes and were extremely proud of ourselves when we received marbles as our prize.
The cattle drive was a bit of a letdown though, as it's very staged with a small herd of cattle being released from the pen on the one end and walked by the cowboys back through the roads to the other end. Besides a photo op I'm not sure it played much purpose.
Our last stop of the day was to ...
So the Magnet conference has been very inspiring, I have learnt a lot about a lot, and being able to network with other nurses just as energetic and excited and as passionate as me has been so valueable. I've loved chatting with them and hearing their stories, I've made some promising connections for later on in my trip that I am definitely going to ensure I follow through. There were 8000+ nurses all in one convention centre. England just doesn't do nursing conferences like ...
- Okay, so we landed in Dallas my colleagues and I with a few hiccups. But we're settled and ready for the ANCC Magnet conference starting on Wednesday. So seeing as it starts on Wednesday, we have done some non nursing exploring. I've bought a cowboy hat, one of my goals whilst in Dallas, and been to the very place that JFK was shot. Conspiracy or no conspiracy its immensely interesting, the museum was fab, really ...
... my friends a lot but Texas has been a great
experience so far. Going back to why I love traveling so much…my dad took me around with him during the summer holidays and by the time I was 12, I was traveling Mumbai alone!! By the age of 16, I traveled almost 25 days in a month, during the summer holidays, helping my dad with his business. There were days I would wake up and not know which city I was in. I hated traveling then because it ...
Walked through the tunnel from the hotel to Union Station, past the Old Red Museum then along Main Street a few blocks to the centre of town. No-one on the streets - apparently the local all use underground malls & walkways
Checked out the original Neiman Marcus store (again no-one actually in it!) then inspected some of the hotels in that area - The ...